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4iG is the first to obtain a certificate in IT Asset Management


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4iG is the first to obtain a certificate in IT Asset Management

The company was the first to implement the ISO/IEC 19770-1 standard in Hungary

  • The first IT asset management system certificate (ISO/IEC 19770-1) was issued by the Hungarian Standards Body for 4iG.
  • Obtaining an IT Asset Management Certificate assures 4iG customers of the optimal utilization, secure management, and retirement of their IT assets throughout their lifetime.
  • The certification demonstrates 4iG’s transparent and high-quality professionalism and commitment to IT security.

The quality standard ISO/IEC 19770-1, implemented by 4iG, sets requirements for the lifecycle management of IT assets related to the IT systems of the company, and also covers the management of software and hardware. The standard defines the means of modifying, copying and distributing software, with strong emphasis on access and integrity control, while also covering the control of under- and over-licensing. The IT software asset management system also regulates the tracking of changes and authorizations made to IT assets and the conditions of licenses.

Certificates previously obtained by 4iG Plc:
Anti-corruption Management System
(ISO 37001:2019), Quality Management (ISO 9001:2015), Military Quality Management (NATO AQAP 2110), Information Security (ISO/IEC 27001:2013), Information Technology Service Management (ISO/IEC 20000-1:2019), Environmental Management (ISO 14001:2015).

Budapest, 25th May 2022

Background information:

4iG Plc.
The Budapest-based 4iG Plc is Hungary’s leading IT systems integrator with significant interests in the domestic and regional telecommunications markets. The company has been present in the market for innovative industry-independent IT technologies for more than 27 years. The company is continuously expanding its services and portfolio to meet the changing needs and demands of the ICT market. The Group employs more than 6,900 people. 4iG is a broad-spectrum solutions provider with significant interests in IT, telecommunications, satellite telecommunications and telecommunications infrastructure development. The company, listed on the Budapest Stock Exchange, aims to build a dominant market position in a wide range of info communication services in Hungary, Central Eastern Europe and the Western Balkans.

The ISO is the International Organization for Standardization, founded in 1947, which brings together 165 national standards institutes and is responsible for maintaining a wide range of international standards covering many areas and processes in science, technology and industry. ISO standard certificates certify that a company, product or system meets a rigorous set of criteria agreed by member organizations.

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Péter Elkán
communications and marketing director
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